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File:Arthur Hobhouse.jpg|thumb|right|Arthur Hobhouse '''Sir Arthur Lawrence Hobhouse''' (15 February 1886 – 20 January 1965) was a long-serving England|English local government Liberal Party (UK)|Liberal politician, who is best remembered as the architect of the system of National parks of England and Wales. Hobhouse was the son of the prominent Liberal politician and MP Henry Hobhouse (MP)|Henry Hobhouse and the brother of peace activist, prison reformer, and religious writer Stephen Henry Hobhouse. Arthur Hobhouse was educated at Eton College, St Andrews University and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated in Natural Sciences. At Cambridge, he was a Cambridge Apostle and a member of the Cambridge University Liberal Club, becoming Secretary in 1906 and was also the lover of John Maynard Keynes and Duncan Grant. He practised as a...
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